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Mia Dillon
Born (1955-07-09) July 9, 1955 (age 65)
Years active1979-present
m. 1999)

Mia Dillon (born July 9, 1955) is an American actress.[1]

Born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Dillon graduated from Marple-Newtown Senior High School in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. She made her Broadway debut in Hugh Leonard's Da in 1978. She was nominated for the 1980 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play for Once a Catholic, and the 1982 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play for Crimes of the Heart.[2] Her other theater credits include Agnes of God, The Corn is Green, Hay Fever,[3] Come Back, Little Sheba, Three Sisters,[4] and Our Town. In 1985 Dillon performed in a staged reading of the novel Breaker Boys at Pennsylvania's Showcase Theatre.

On television, Dillon was featured in Mary and Rhoda and has appeared in all three current shows in the Law & Order franchise. Her screen credits include The Money Pit, A Shock to the System, Gods and Generals, and Duane Hopwood.

Dillon has been married to actor Keir Dullea since 1999. They divide their time between an apartment in Manhattan and a home in Connecticut.


  1. ^ "Mia Dillon". The New York Times.
  2. ^ Rich, Frank (November 5, 1981). "THE THEATER: BETH HENLEY'S 'CRIMES OF THE HEART'". The New York Times.
  3. ^ Rich, Frank (December 13, 1985). "THEATER: 'HAY FEVER,' NOEL COWARD COMEDY". The New York Times.
  4. ^ Rich, Frank (December 22, 1982). "THEATER: 'THREE SISTERS,' A REVIVAL OF CHEKHOV". The New York Times.

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